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With r17.1, disguise has enhanced the ease of use of the software

Coinciding with the launch of a six-month free licence for its Designer software running until the end of September 2020, disguise has released r17.1. Created to enhance augmented reality (AR) workflow, the manufacturer hopes the update will help creative studios and production houses access the market opportunity offered by AR and give them the chance to create “spectacular and immersive visuals”.

disguise has enhanced the ease of use of the software and added improvements in the way users can pre-visualise and imagine every pixel of an AR experience ahead of time, communicate and collaborate with other teams and respond to feedback at every stage of the production. With sequenced transitions, users can now transition to anywhere on a timeline using black and white content to define the transition. The feature is said to open new visual possibilities and saves time previously spent sequencing by simplifying the approach.

The update also includes a new ability to generate test patterns within the software to speed up workflows by removing the need to leave the software to create test patterns in other tools. Test patterns in a pre-visualisation are said to give users confidence in their screen arrangement by letting them see precisely where the divides are between each screen. Test patterns are dynamically generated, meaning users can react quickly to adapt a previsualisation to feedback and onsite changes.

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